I cant. Even.
WHERE CAN I DOWNLOAD THIS.
If I where a teenage girl, this would have <3 all over this post.
I can’t remember the last time I bought a whole album. It’s very rare for me to like someone’s entire album. I usually just download the songs I like and that is it. This year though, Robyn has released two albums and in a couple of days her third one is coming out. THREE albums in one year. Almost unheard of, which is why she made headlines all over the music world. Dancing on My Own, Hang with Me, Fembot and Indestructible are all songs I have posted on my blog.
I had the chance to listen to Body Talk 3 before it comes out and its official, that makes it three albums this year that I will have bought in its entirety.
Her song Call Your Girlfriend is pretty much pop brilliance. The fact that Ke$ha or Katy Perry do better than her songs makes me kinda sad inside…Only kind of because I still sing their songs with full lung capacity when intoxicated.
I have spoken.
To Dalina who spent Labor Day With Us.
To all my friends that make weekends like that so good that I want to move back.
The picture above can tell you two important things about me. The first one is that I love pastries, whether they are from Greece or China. If it is sweet you can most likely bet that I will be doing anything to try to get a taste. Also, typing that last sentence makes me realize why I am unable to get a Miami beach body. Moving on. Second, the picture tells you that my laptop has gone though a lot. You can see that its edge is horribly bent and the keyboard sits crooked on it.
Robyn (yes I named my laptop Robyn long ago), has been through a lot. Not only has she survived longer than any of my other laptops combined, she has traveled with me through so much. Yet, its still chugging a long.
I love her.
And now, she will be chugging along with me to India because I have been hired by an amazing new non-profit to document their cause.
Robyn – Hang With Me
Because it deserves a repost. I have been listening to this, no joke, non-stop since I heard it. How songs like this don’t become huge in the U.S., yet crap like Kesha is getting number one hits is beyond me. I love the video as well. It’s great how much it truly shows. How she can make a remix to her song with a few electronic devices in her hotel room, how much hard work it is to be a pop star, how her fans love her and how lonely it can get on the road.
I want to ride roller coasters with her. Sorry Robyn, but I fell recklessly headlessly in love with you.